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The name of the project is "HONG KONG THE LONG BEACH", which is from the name of the building. The design team presented the elements of wave, sun, and bay in the space, and aims to realize a design with "warmth". The wave and the bay are both curved. The design team planned curves in the space, either deep or shallow, to form a good linkage effect. As for the waves and sunlight, they are in white and warm tones. The design team used stone and wood to shape a light-toned, textured residence. Last but not least, the design team cleverly fixed the disadvantages of the layout and beams to create a warm home with both functionality and aesthetics. ●Curve Rhythm: Writing the tempo of the space. The design team took curves to connect each area at the turns, and lines to decorate the walls in the independent rooms. The two patterns are in good proportion. The elegant curves symbolize the rhythm in the space, while the irregular metal trims are juxtaposed to form a sense of vertical extension, subtly writing a lively tempo. ●Light tone: Blossoming beauty in the space
To create a warm home, the design team incorporated the warm impression of wood into the design to shape a soft color scheme. The details are in warm pastel tones. The design team used white to link the calmness of the wood grain. Under the warm white light, the space blooms with natural beauty and maximizes the sense of light and space.
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